Embarkation went smoothly; there was consideration for our limited mobility (we both had walkers) and did not wait in long line-ups. Our cabin was on Plaza deck and as we approached we heard a considerable level of noise in the hallway which was a mystery to us at first. The cabin was spacious and met all our needs.
Accessibility aboard the ship was never a problem, except in the hallway outside our stateroom. We were disappointed with getting around the steward's laundry and service carts; the hallway is narrow.
We enjoyed our dining experience. Staff was considerate of our limited mobility and sat us near the entrance.Similarly in the buffet, the staff assisted us with our plates taking them to our table, as well as providing us with our beverage requests.
The cabin is an accessible type and we were impress with the design and extra bath aides included in the bathroom;built-in bath bench as well as stand alone bath bench and bath chair. With both of us using walkers, the space suited us extremely well. Just outside our cabin, there was a staff entrance to the Piazza and we were amazed that no noise permeated our stateroom.
The narrow hallway outside our stateroom provided a source of frustration.When the laundry and supplies carts' wheels had been positioned so that the wheels did not stick out in the pathway, we were able to squeak by. Since this simple correction was rarely done, we repeatedly struggled to enter and exit our stateroom.Given it was two people with walkers, I thought our steward could have been more considerate in taking the extra care in re-positioning the carts in the hallway.